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“Inizia oggi il papato di Pio XIII”. Multilinguismo nella serie TV The Young Pope e nella versione italiana

DOI
https://doi.org/10.13130/2035-7680/11644
Inviata
May 6, 2019
Pubblicato
May 28, 2019

Abstract

This paper analyzes the use of multiple linguistic codes in audiovisual products and in translation, taking as a case study Paolo Sorrentino’s TV series The Young Pope (2016). In spite of the various studies that claim that multilingual audiovisual products tend to represent a more realistic depiction of modern society from a sociolinguistic perspective, the results of the analysis seem to demonstrate that this is not always the case. Indeed, the use of languages in the TV series is realistic only to a certain extent, as English tends to be used even when it would be reasonable to expect people to speak Italian. Likewise, linguistic realism is not a priority also in the Italian version, where all languages have been dubbed into standard Italian, regardless of the origins of the speakers.